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Rachele Brooke Smith

Rachele Brooke Smith

Known For: Acting · Birthday: 1987-11-07 (33 years old)

17 Movies · 1 TV Series

Biography

Smith appears in several 2016 films, including: The Nice Guys with Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe; Bomb City, which depicts one of the most notorious hate crimes in U.S. history; the independent gymnastics film Chalk It Up; and a lead role in Cold Moon from the writer of Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Smith has been featured as an actress in the Robert Zemekis adaptation of A Christmas Carol, the Zac Efron comedy 17 Again and in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. Smith has played lead roles opposite Peter Gallagher in the 2008 film, Center Stage: Turn It Up and in 2009 she played the villainous Avery in the fifth installment of the Bring It On franchise, Bring It On: Fight to the Finish with Christina Milian. Her past filmography also includes Iron Man 2, Burlesque, A Place In The Heart, Help! My Gumshoe’s An Idiot!, as well as leading role in Pop Star. On the small screen, Smith has appeared on Fox’s hit show Scream Queens and additional TV credits include: Fox’s Glee, FX’s Anger Management, CBS How I Met Your Mother, HBO’s Entourage, CBS’ Two and a Half Men, Lifetime's hit series, How to Look Good Naked hosted by Carson Kressley, ABC's drama series, Eli Stone, and PAX TV's Acting Out (2007). Smith has also become the face of various marketing campaigns for J. C. Penney, Asics, Under Armour, Old Navy, Carls Jr., Nikon, Skechers, Myokore, Capezio Dancewear, Casall, Kotex, Nappy Tabs Hip-Hop Gear and Gap’s 2009 holiday campaign. With an extensive dance and athletic background (jazz, hip-hop, ballet, modern, tap, break-dancing, boxing, martial arts, gymnastics, and partnering), Smith has appeared in music videos for John Legend and Andre 3000.

Movies & TV Series

2020.

2 Movies

2019.

1 Movie

2018.

2 Movies

2017.

1 Movie

2016.

5 Movies

2013.

1 Movie

2012.

1 Movie

2010.

1 Movie

2009.

2 Movies

2008.

1 Movie

2003.

1 TV Series
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